Anything the MacBook Pro can do, the MacBook Air can do better. Or thinner at least.

Yep, that's right - sick of seeing its fat brother getting all the attention due to its Thunderbolt connectivity and its Sandy Bridge Intel CPUs, it seems the MacBook Air wants in.

And, despite the latest Airs only floating in last October, we could be in line for a revamp as early as June - that's according to serial Apple forecaster Ming-Chi Kuo.

We can expect 11.6-inch MacBook Airs with 1.4GHz to 1.6GHz Core i5 and Core i7 chips, and 2.10GHz and 2.30GHz Core i7 ones for the 13.3-inch version if Cupertino Computers follows the pattern of using the ultra-low and low-voltage Intel offerings.

Nothing official yet, of course, but be sure to check back regularly on Pocket-lint for all the MacBook news as it breaks.

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